You’re not alone: being a composer in the age of social media

If your idea of a composer is one of a lonely, garret-dwelling, wine-swilling, isolated, tortured soul, responding to the sorrows and joys of the world with music that "means" something, and hoping that enough people like it to pay...

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Speech Pathologist or Speech Teacher: what’s the difference?

Speech Pathologist or Speech Teacher What’s the difference? In brief … Speech Teachers (or Speech and Drama teachers, or Public Speaking teachers) usually qualify through public examinations offered by organizations such as the AGME. Speech teachers use a variety of activities to...

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Open Day – At the Australian Guild of Music Education Campus

Come discover how our campus holds such big possibilities for your future career in MUSIC! 25th September 2018 - 451 Glenferrie Rd, Kooyong. 3144 Experience a range of interactive activities. Meet teachers, students and explore your course options. Enjoy performance entertainment. Sausage Sizzle, please...

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